Health benefits & Reasons you should be eating snail Meat

Snail meat helps to restore and strengthen bone-cartilaginous tissues. Snail meat is a powerful aphrodisiac. It has a beneficial effect on male potency and female libido. Snail meat is very useful for those who suffer from atherosclerosis and liver diseases. Slime of snails contains a natural component that can regenerate cells. Therefore, it is actively used in cosmetology and medicine. 
How to cook snails? Plenty of our people are interested in how to cook Nigerian snails. Now we are giving a special recipe for cooking snails. 
Snail recipes One of the most popular dishes in Nigerian restaurants is Peppered Snails. It is not difficult to cook Peppered Snails. 
The hardest work is to clean the snails. When you have finished with it, the rest of the preparation is very easy. To cook Peppered Snails, you will need: Twelve medium snails; Five habanero peppers; Five-six plum tomatoes; Two onions; Salt; One big stock cube; One tablespoon of vegetable oil. In the video below, you will find a detailed recipe of cooking Peppered Snails. 

and here below are 6 reasons you should be eating Snail


"Although they're not going to be high on my top 10 list of favourite foods,” admits nutritionist Rob Hobson from Healthspan. “Snails do provide a low calorie source of protein (unless you drench them in butter)”.
Protein is essential for building and repairing muscle, and is also better at filling you up than carbs and fat. Many people look to seafood as an easy source of protein, but actually, snails have more.


Hobson adds that snails are also a good source of iron, essential for building red blood cells and carrying energy around the body. A lack of iron can lead to extreme fatigue and anaemia.

Vitamin B12

Often cited as the ‘energy vitamin’, B12 is needed for making red blood cells, keeping the nervous system healthy, releasing energy from the food we eat and processing folic acid. Luckily, snails have lots of it.

Snails are also a good source of magnesium, which our bodies need to maintain a normal blood pressure, strengthen bones and also keep your heartbeat regular.


We don’t need much selenium in our bodies, but we do need some to keep a healthy immune system and to protect cells against damage.  And yes, snails contain selenium.


Ah, the much-feted, heart-loving fatty acids. “Snails also supply a little Omega-3,” says Hobson, “which is good news for your heart.”
“Although, he adds, “they contain nowhere near the levels found in oily fish.”
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